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What kind of spikes do pros use?

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I have been looking at the Titleist and Cobra blogs, and am wondering if any of you know what kind of spikes the pros use on the bottom of their Footjoys?

Here is a pic of them on Ian Poulter's shoes. (I know that they aren't SoftSpikes)

http://www.cobratourblog.com/#

If that link doesn't work, just go to cobratourblog.com and go to the third post, 'Offseason work with Ian Poulter' click on the picture, and images 2 and 11 will show you what I am talking about.

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Those are Champ Stinger spikes. Quite a few shoes are coming with them as the standard spikes -- most Nike golf shoes have them now but Nike gets them colored to match the shoes. I have them in a couple pairs of my golf shoes too, they're great spikes.

Champ Stinger Spikes

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